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The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework

  • Authors
  • Larry Roof
  • Dan Fergus
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 1-32
  3. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 33-74
  4. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 75-135
  5. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 137-194
  6. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 195-248
  7. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 249-296
  8. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 297-328
  9. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 329-371
  10. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 373-422
  11. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 423-451
  12. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 453-481
  13. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 483-509
  14. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 511-545
  15. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 547-576
  16. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 577-631
  17. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 633-688
  18. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 689-734
  19. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 735-784
  20. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 785-808
  21. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 809-826
  22. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 827-868
  23. Larry Roof, Dan Fergus
    Pages 869-906
  24. Back Matter
    Pages 907-1012

About this book

Introduction

The .NET Compact Framework brings the world of managed code and XML Web services to smart devices, and it enables the execution of secure, downloadable applications on devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, and set-top boxes.

The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework targets both first-time and experienced mobile developers, and is a comprehensive guide to building mobile applications using the .NET Compact Framework (CF) and Smart Device Extensions (SDE) for Visual Studio .NET. Expert authors Larry Roof and Dan Fergus provide developers with everything they need to produce robust applications, including how to create effective user interfaces, work with device-based data sources, access enterprise data, leverage Web services, incorporate XML into applications, build help systems, and generate setup routines.

Keywords

.NET .NET framework ADO.NET C# SQL Web Services Windows XML design development interfaces structured design user interface

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